By Mboniso Sigonyela JOHANNESBURG, Feb 18 (Reuters) - South African diversified industrial group Imperial is expected to lift first half earnings by 28 percent, helped by a strong performance at its vehicle dealership and insurance divisions, analysts said. Imperial will announce headline earning per share of 472 cents for the six months to December, up from 366.3 cents a year earlier, according to an average forecast of five analysts polled by Reuters. The results are due Thursday, Feb. ...
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